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  • minx's Avatar
    851 posts since Sep '15
    • PRC WEBSITES SELLING FAKE NUS, NTU, SMU & OTHER DEGREES TO FOREIGNERS

      Submitted by farhan on Sun, 01/11/2015 - 10:22am

      A prestigious education means a lot in Singapore, especially given the huge emphasis the Singapore system places on good grades and good schools.

      But what if you could buy a good degree from a renown Singapore education institution for as little as $4000?

      According to a New Paper report, undercover reporters have learnt today that fake degrees from National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) were on sale online in popular internet forums.

      The New Paper's team reportedly approached one such counterfeit degree seller online. Like most counterfeiters, these people were based in Singapore and China.

      Unsurprisingly, most of the buyers were usually foreign nationals, mainly from the PRC. This is why counterfeiters target internet forums frequented by foreigners.

      The reporters soon found out that all it took to get a newly minted fake degree was a brief online chat, a face-to-face exchange and some money.

      There were more sophisticated websites which offered counterfeiting services such s fake degrees, transcripts and identification documents.

      2 of these sites offered fake degrees and diplomas from more local institutions, including NUS, NTU, SMU, SIM University, Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)and Temasek Polytechnic.

      Most vendors restrict correspondence with customers to instant messaging on QQ, an instant messenger program commonly used in China. This is to evade detection by the authorities.

      All a customer has to do is send a QQ message to a customer service officer who will facilitate the transaction.

      - See more at: http://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/prc-websites-selling-fake-nus-ntu-smu-other-degrees-foreigners#sthash.Fw3CUBcA.dpuf

  • Ee Hoe Hean Club's Avatar
    282 posts since Aug '13
    • Buy fake degree, come here look for jobs, locals who struggle through local universities have to compete with these fake degree holders for jobs.

  • minx's Avatar
    851 posts since Sep '15
  • Ee Hoe Hean Club's Avatar
    282 posts since Aug '13
    • Somemore PAP policy is not to have a big population of local degree holders in Singapore. They don't want too many singaporeans to be degree holders. There are no jobs for them.

  • airelog234's Avatar
    76 posts since Oct '15
    • Originally posted by Ee Hoe Hean Club:

      Somemore PAP policy is not to have a big population of local degree holders in Singapore. They don't want too many singaporeans to be degree holders. There are no jobs for them.

      i would rather student enter the university only if they meet the standard of the uni so that the standard of the degree is recognise. 

       

      if we have a quota of how many local or how many foreigners to enter each year even though the student is not up to the standard then it will pull down the standard of the degree which will defeat the purpose of getting a degree from local uni in the first place.

       

      local or foreigne students who are not up to the standard of the local uni should go to SIM or private uni. thats the nature of getting degree from different uni.

    • Originally posted by Ee Hoe Hean Club:

      Buy fake degree, come here look for jobs, locals who struggle through local universities have to compete with these fake degree holders for jobs.

      if company set up in less developed country, they can hire cheap labour. if they set up in a developed country, they can make use of the infrastructure. 

      now the companies are getting the best of both worlds here.

      even though it is at our expense, if they cant hire cheap labour, then they might not be here in the first place and we will not be fighting with foreigners for jobs because there will be no jobs. 

  • Ee Hoe Hean Club's Avatar
    282 posts since Aug '13
    • Originally posted by airelog234:

       

       

       

      local or foreigne students who are not up to the standard of the local uni should go to SIM or private uni. thats the nature of getting degree from different uni.

      You are saying singaporeans are not up to standard?

  • minx's Avatar
    851 posts since Sep '15
    • Originally posted by Ee Hoe Hean Club:

      Somemore PAP policy is not to have a big population of local degree holders in Singapore. They don't want too many singaporeans to be degree holders. There are no jobs for them.

      Understandable,  this by the useless bum "wife" of ho jinx .......  bcause too many local grads may not go well with its pay low salary ..... cheaper, betterest and fastest.  This selfish idiot is serving own agenda when it has this in mind.  Shit  ,    it is a curse to sg.

       

      Did you read about what it say about salary of grad of japan ?

      Will post link below.  

      Edited by minx 01 Nov `15, 9:04PM
    • http://statestimesreview.com/2015/10/26/lee-hsien-loong-japan-is-more-competitive-because-their-graduates-have-lower-salaries/

      Lee Hsien Loong: Japan is more competitive because their graduates have lower salaries

      October 26, 2015

      In his speech at the NTUC National Delegates Conference last evening (Oct 26), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that Singapore is facing competition from both developing and developed countries and then added that for example, Japan has a lower starting salaries for their graduates compared to Singapore.

      However, PM Lee has told only a half-truth as he had only compared salaries in absolute dollars without regard for cost of living and currency movements. According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, Singapore ranked 1st while Tokyo ranked 11th in the most expensive cities index.

      Another convenient point left out is the equality of wages between graduates and non-graduates. In Japan, non-graduates earn 21.8% lower than their graduate counterparts. There is no statistics for non-graduates salaries in Singapore but more than 26% earn less than S$1,500 a month or more than 40% lower than non-graduates. The minimum wage for Japan workers is S$9 while Singapore’s unofficial minimum wage is only S$6.30 (S$1,000 for cleaners according to the Progressive Wage Model).

      PM Lee Hsien Loong went on to lecture about free market and the need for globalisation. He finished his speech emphasizing the need for his Progressive Wage Model and NTUC.



      Edited by minx 01 Nov `15, 9:18PM
    • Some people commented it always talked about salary of sinkies but never talk about ministerial pay.

      This axxhoxe is damn condescending it thinks it and its ministers are the only people in sg who deserve high pay.    

      In the whole world, pappies are the highest paid government who don't deserve their pay.   Jialiaobee, sponge on taxpayers' money, what a shame!   Cmi.

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    2,114 posts since Dec '12
  • airelog234's Avatar
    76 posts since Oct '15
    • Originally posted by Ee Hoe Hean Club:

      You are saying singaporeans are not up to standard?

      what i have said has no double meaning or imply anything, what i said is as it is.

  • Kenny1234's Avatar
    20 posts since Jun '13
    • Gosh so many people selling fake cert nowadays, piss me off 😡 since some of us need to study so hard to get a qualified degree cert.

  • minx's Avatar
    851 posts since Sep '15
    • Originally posted by Kenny1234:

      Gosh so many people selling fake cert nowadays, piss me off 😡 since some of us need to study so hard to get a qualified degree cert.

      The most expensive pm in the world LHL  discouraging people taking degree course.  It does not want so many sg grads (think it harbours ulterior motive).

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    17 posts since Nov '15
  • ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~'s Avatar
    31,262 posts since Oct '02
    • ?

      PRC selling fake certs are not surprising...

       

      They have been selling fake milk powder, fake branded goods, fake meat paus, phones, charges, whatever-u-can think-of for ages icon_lol.gif

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    9 posts since Dec '15
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  • lce's Avatar
    2,460 posts since Jun '11
    • Have u tried Plastic Rice?

      http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=fake+rice&view=detail&&&mid=7032E7A0B837A4D836827032E7A0B837A4D83682&rvsmid=7032E7A0B837A4D836827032E7A0B837A4D83682#view=detail&mid=7032E7A0B837A4D836827032E7A0B837A4D83682

      Edited by lce 06 Dec `15, 9:49AM
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  • outbox's Avatar
    10 posts since Jun '16
    • but the question is whether they can actually use the certs in the interview~ Wont there be background checks and all?

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